Thanks to the contributions of Chris Funderburg and Markus Becker, it is now possible to check a Dell Equallogic SAN for its disk pool utilization with the Nagios plugin check_equallogic.
I already received the solution of Markus a while ago (sorry to not have included your patch yet) and a few days ago I got an almost similar solution from Chris. I took the, in my opinion, best parts of both patches and created the new 'poolusage' check.
Israel Coello from Barcelona - SPAIN wrote on Oct 7th, 2011:
confirm your plug-in works fine over PS6000X firmware version 5.0.5
now, i try over PS4000
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